University of Bristol – inspire to teach

17 March 2016 at 11:00 - 12:30 in Bristol at the University of Bristol

Event info:

Considering a career in teaching? Not sure what’s involved, or how to go about it? Then this is the event for you! Teaching is a rewarding and exciting career, so whether you’re an undergrad, postgrad or a professional looking for a career change, come along and find out more about it.

The event will include short presentations from training course providers, a representative from the National College for Teaching and Leadership, a recently qualified teacher and a representative from the Royal Society of Chemistry.

You will get to find out about:

  • how to apply for teaching training
  • what teacher training involves
  • what it is really like
  • how you are supported
  • the scholarships and bursaries that are available

There will be plenty of time to ask questions over light refreshments in a relaxed atmosphere, so come along and find out how you can make a difference!

If you would like to attend our event, please send us an email. We look forward to seeing you.

Venue information:

University of Bristol, School of Chemistry, Cantock’s close, Bristol, BS8 1TS

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Target audience:

Career changers, undergraduates, postgraduates


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